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intermediary

a person who acts as a mediator or agent between parties
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His wide mouth spread into an answering smile, and locking one of his intermediary arms in mine we turned and walked back toward his mount.
But the flashes were more brilliant than the rainbow--purest blue, most delicate violet, brightest yellow, and all the intermediary shades, with the scintillant brilliancy of the diamond, dazzling, blinding, iridescent.
"I have come to see you on business," De Griers began in a very off-hand, yet polite, tone; "nor will I seek to conceal from you the fact that I have come in the capacity of an emissary, of an intermediary, from the General.
"I understand that you have undertaken to act in this affair as an intermediary. Of course I am only 'un utchitel,' a tutor, and have never claimed to be an intimate of this household, nor to stand on at all familiar terms with it.
587: But the author of the "Aegimius" says that he (Phrixus) was received without intermediary because of the fleece (1).
AKI however said where the premium is payable by cheque, it shall be written in the name of the insurance company and can be delivered to the insurance firm by the intermediary.
Also, note the inclusion of 'crowdfunding intermediary.' Normally, there are three entities involved in crowdfunding:
The issuance of securities must be conducted exclusively through the platform of this intermediary, which could be a broker-dealer, investment house or funding portal - that is registered with the SEC as an intermediary.
The meeting participants also reviewed applications for AIA membership by Efendi Legal and IP Consultancy and Progress Insurance Agency, carrying out intermediary activity.
Global Banking News-April 4, 2018--Sainsbury's Bank names head of intermediary sales
Bracknell's account of Noongar man Bobby Roberts traces his trajectory from intermediary to outlaw and then to 'native constable'.